Pianist Paul Lewis is always a popular visitor to Saffron Hall. This beautifully-devised programme will demonstrate every facet of his artistry. The brilliance of two Haydn sonatas, the romantic sunset of Brahms’s late piano pieces, and the elusive humour of Beethoven’s Bagatelles. Lewis understands that no single pianist can ever fully grasp music as great as this – though after you’ve heard him play, you might disagree.
Haydn Sonata in C major Hob.XVI:50
Beethoven Six Bagatelles Op.126
Brahms Six Pieces Op.118
Haydn Sonata in G major Hob.XVI:40